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Summer Mushroom Foraging - Golden Chanterelle Cinnabar Chanterelle And Chanterelle Look Alikes

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Summer mushroom foraging for golden chanterelle, cinnabar chanterelle and chanterelle look alikes. Edible chanterelle mushrooms are fairly easy to identify as long as you pay attention to the features such as false gills that fork out toward the cap margin and white inner flesh that is continuous, solid and unchanging between the stem and cap. Golden chanterelles have a unique smell which may help identify them. Paying close attention to physical features of edible mushrooms helps distinguish them from potentially toxic look alike fungi such as Jack O' Lanterns, Omphalotus olearius.The scientific name for golden chanterelle is Cantharellus cibarius. the scientific name for cinnabar chanterelle is Cantharellus cinnabarinus.Chanterelle mushrooms are found in hardwood forests of the eastern woodlands from early summer through autumn. Chanterelles are foraged throughout the world. Chanterelles are wild edible gourmet mushrooms. Wild edible fungi can be found at restaurants, organic food markets, and farmer's markets throughout the world. Chanterelles and other wild edible gourmet mushrooms can be foraged for free in the backyard or local woodland.More mushroom foraging videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL122A6E3339A70090Shrub and tree identification videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL69BBBB171107F34BWild plant foraging and plant identification videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAB9DFB2A4ED09C68Wilderness medicine, folk medicine, and herbal remedies: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL81021CE944A71DDFwww.facebook.com/... for watching, commenting, subscribing to, and supporting this channel. If you like this video please give a thumbs up and share it with others. If you have any questions or tips please leave a comment.



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